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    Dreadlock Holidays by 10cc

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    In the days before metal there was hard rock and psychedelia. One of the bands that merged these two directions was Iron Butterfly in the late 60's. I just watched a DVD concert of a 1997 reunion with original singer / keyboardist Doug Ingle - the guy allegedly too drunk to say "In the Garden of Eden" during rehearsals, so "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" became their trademark marathon work.

    Though the video quality is a little weak, Ingle is in great form in this and looks none the worse for wear. He still (at that time) has that distinctive semi-operatic drunken voice. I loved it! Wanted to bring out all my black light posters and light up some incense - or something.



    Great interviews too. Big surprise - Ingle never ever intended to form a hard rock band.

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    The Sky Moves Sideways (Phase I) - Porcupine Tree
    "I like to think that oysters transcend national barriers" - Roger Waters

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    Plus loads of traditional Chinese music inspired by that thread.

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    Focus 3 is great album, one of my progressive favs.

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    Ooooh, I didn't expect less from people of such a forum!! =D (I'm new here...)

    Great ones posted there! Maggot Brain, which someone posted, one of the posted which I love the most...Guitars can speak too!

    Pink floyd - ECHOES. Isn't a great one ??
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    Just listening to some good old miscellaneous Syd Barrett; right now: Opel.

    Ooh, and hi, forums! It's been awhile since I was last on, because logging in, for me, is a real b-tch... it doesn't even work half of the time!
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    Billie Jean jazz interpretation by Vitamin Records:

    http://www.filefront.com/15406467/03-Billie-Jean.mp3/

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    Some of this guy:



    And I smidgen of the Benson:


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    Indios Bravos: On Stage. A reggae-blues-rock fusion. Bought it four hours ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argus View Post
    That's one of my favorite albums right there.. Brian Eno is amazing.
    Life is a long lesson in humility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argus View Post
    Wow, I thought I was the only one who listens to this. Looks like I'm not alone. What's your favorite song from OTB? My favorites have to be Motion Pictures, For The Turnstiles and On The Beach. Ambulance Blues is sometimes a favorite, sometimes not. It depends on my mood.

    As for what I'm currently listening to:

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